Friday, March 8th from 3:30-4:30 p.m. Register HERE for the March Book Club meeting. The March book is: Warren & Dragon: 100 Friends by Ariel Bernstein **Note that students must register online in order to attend. ** How does my child join? Sign up by clicking on the above link. Read the assigned book. Copies of the book
Friday, February 8th from 3:30-4:30. Sign up HERE for the February Book Club meeting. The February book is: Beatrice Zinker, Upside Down Thinker by Shelley Johannes **Note that students must register online in order to attend. ** How does my child join? Sign up by clicking on the above link for the corresponding month. Read the assigned
Save the date! Friday, January 18th from 3:30-4:30. Sign up HERE for the January Book Club meeting. The January book is: Time Jumpers: Stealing the Sword It will be available in your child’s classroom on Monday, January 7th. How does my child join? Sign up by clicking on the above link for the corresponding month. Read
Join us for Lincoln’s first ever after school Book Club on Friday, November 9th from 3:30-4:30 p.m. in Mrs. Bishop’s classroom (Room 152) How do I join? 1. Sign up HERE. 2. Read The Zach and Zoe Mysteries: The Missing Baseball by Mike Lupica by yourself or with a parent. 3. Copies of the book will
Calling 3rd-5th graders who are in for a fun short story discussion group! If your 3-5th grader loves to read and discuss short stories, please register for Junior Great Books! We will read a short story each week and have a discussion about it during lunch and recess. All children in 3-5th grade are welcome
Lincoln’s PTA is bringing this amazing experience to our grades 1-5 students. What is a SkyDome? It’s a huge blow-up dome students enter to view and learn about the stars and planets projected on the walls all around them. Hmm…. do we have any future NASA engineers or Astronomers out there?
Students in Grades 2-5 will participate in an exciting opportunity to enter The Earth Dome! The Earth Dome is a gigantic inflatable earth balloon standing 19-feet high and 22-feet in diameter. It’s made of 24 huge panels silkscreened with photographs shot from satellites of the surface of the world on cloud free days. They will see and better